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Western Electric CompanyGirl Who Found Herself, The (1920s)

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Filmed at Hawthorne Works, Cicero, Illinois. Written and Directed by Charles Barrell and Carlyle Ellis. Photographed by Robert Duggan. Approved by Maryland State Board of Censors No. 90518.



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Producer: Western Electric Company
Audio/Visual: sound, color


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Reviewer: Spuzz - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - December 1, 2014
Subject: We'll just follow you home now.
Plenty oddball film that suggests Western Electric is a bit TOO lovey dovey with it's employees. A shy girl gets a job at WE, but when the bosses notice she's not that extroverted, they sign her u for health classes, soon she'll be able to join in on the noon hour dances and concerts! And then she'll join the baseball team! All of this is actually ok, this is great, but I found this film hard to believe in this day and age, which I guess is sad when you really think about it.

Reviewer: edgertor - - February 25, 2013
Subject: this film is from 1928
this film is from 1928

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Written and Directed by Charles Barrell and Carlyle Ellis. Photographed by Robert Duggan. Approved by Maryland State Board of Censors No. 90518.


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